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2.3 Trainees
3. Planning for scaffold work
3.1 Planning construction activities
3.1.1 Scaffold plan
3.2 Obligations regarding plant
4. Hazards
4.1 Work near powerlines
4.2 Mobile plant and traffic
4.3 Mixing and matching scaffold components
4.4 Falls from height
4.5 Falling objects
4.6 Scaffold collapse
4.7 Manual tasks
4.7.1 Examples of design controls
4.7.2 Examples of administrative controls
5. General design
5.1 Design principles
5.2 Basis of design
5.3 Foundations
5.3.1 Ground conditions
5.3.2 Loadings
5.4 Supporting structure
5.4.1 Soleboards and baseplates
5.5 Stability
5.6 Tying
5.7 Working platforms
5.8 Fall arresting platforms
5.9 Edge protection
5.10 Access and egress
5.10.1 Ladders
5.11 Perimeter containment screening
6. Erecting or dismantling scaffold
6.1 Risk of a fall at any height
6.2 Risk of a fall of at least 3 metres or 2 metres
6.2.1 Safe erection of scaffolding
6.2.2 Safe dismantling of scaffolding
6.2.3 Scaffold alteration
6.2.4 Fall-arrest systems
7. Types of scaffold
7.1 Independent scaffold
7.1.1 Birdcage scaffold
7.1.2 Tower scaffold
7.1.3 Mobile scaffold
7.1.4 Hung scaffold
7.2 Single pole scaffold
7.3 Suspended (swing-stage) scaffold
7.3.1 Design issues
7.4 Special scaffolds
7.4.1 Cantilever scaffold
7.4.2 Hanging bracket scaffold
7.4.3 Spur scaffold
7.5 Scaffolding for demolition work
8. Inspection and maintenance procedures
8.1 Frequency of inspection
8.2 Structural inspection
8.3 Hand over inspections
Appendix 1 – Dictionary
Appendix 2 – Inspection checklist
Appendix 3 – Published technical standards
Appendix 4 – Risk management process
Appendix 5 – Scaffold handover certificate: Scaffold over 4 metres
Appendix 6 – Compliance pack for swing-stage scaffold
Swing stage advice
A6.1 Equipment supply advice
A6.2 Scaffold environment advice
A6.3 Installation design advice
A6.4 Scaffold erection advice
A6.5 Electrical installation advice
A6.6 Scaffold operation advice
A6.7 Boatswain’s chair operation advice
Relevant person checklists
A6.8 Swing stage scaffold supplier checklist
A6.9 Swing stage scaffold principal contractor / body corporate checklist
A6.10 Swing stage scaffold erection and installation checklist
A6.11 Swing stage scaffold electrical installation checklist
A6.12 Swing stage scaffold handover checklist
A6.13 Swing stage scaffold and boatswain’s chair operation checklist
A6.14 Unattended swing stage scaffold checklist
A6.15 Inspection, servicing & maintenance checklist
Verification forms
Principal contractor or building owner swing-stage statement
Principal contractor or building owner statement
Verification benchmarks for swing-stage set up
Swing-stage suspension system verification statement
Swing-stage load test procedure
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Scaffolding Code2009

Scaffolding Code2009

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